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Astropad

Watch out Wacom! Astropad is an ingenious idea that lets you turn your iPad into a professional drawing tablet! Designed by two former Apple engineers, Astropad is a software that is compatible with most styluses and any Mac app including Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Astropad uses an innovative new technology called LIQUID, resulting in amazing image quality and responsiveness never before seen. What you see on your iPad is the same as on your Mac in real time. You can also customize your shortcuts and connect wirelessly or via USB. watch the video



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PLAYER

Do you know how to scratch a guitar? Would you like to quickly play the tune that you´re always humming around? If that´s the case you might want to check out Player from Jamn. Choose a song from your library, open up player, in the app, and, as the song plays, you can see the chords and keys that are playing in realtime, allowing you to quickly visualize it as a guitar, or a keyboard. Hear music like the musicians do, seeing the melodies that are being executed. ...
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LEICA V-LUX 3

Leica has announced the launch of its new V-Lux 3 camera, which has a 24x zoom lens and a 12.1 MP sensor. Other technical aspects are a stabilized Leica DC Vario-Elmarit Lens (25-600 mm equivalent f2.8-5.2), 1080p60 video recording (AVCHD format with 1920 × 1080 pixels, Up to 60 FPS and stereo sound), continuous shooting at 12 FPS and articulated 3-inch screen, among other qualities. Leica’s V-Lux 3 will ship January 2012 with price yet to be announced. source Ga...
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APPLE MAGIC TRACKPAD

Designed for desktop users, the new Magic Trackpad is the first Multi-Touch trackpad designed to work with your Mac desktop computer. It uses the same multi-touch technology you use on the MacBook Pro. It is connected via bluetooth so theres no annoying cables, and the entire surface is one large button, so you can click and double-click any....
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